Grilled Salmon with Pineapple Mango Salsa

No salty marinade needed for this delicious dish! Freshly cut pineapple and mango give omega-3 rich salmon a sweet and juicy topping.

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Hidradenitis Suppurativa, Diet, And PCOS

Women with PCOS sure have their share of dermatological concerns. These include acne, excess body hair growth, and hair loss or alopecia. But there is another lesser known PCOS-related symptom that some women with the condition experience called Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS). Often referred to as “bumps” or “boils,” HS can have a significant impact on a woman’s self-esteem and body image. Recent research is showing advancements in treatment options for HS, including nutrition modifications. Here’s what you need to know.

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PCOS Defined By An 8 Year Old Boy

Shortly after I awoke one weekday morning, I found my 8-year old son, Luca, sitting at the kitchen table. As I approached him to kiss him good morning, I noticed he was deep in thought while writing in a notebook. Written at the top of the page was this: PCOS. His words filled the page about a condition I, his mom, have and one that I am passionate about educating and treating other women with. I was amazed at the depth of understanding Luca had for such a complex condition given his young age and impressed with his accuracy. It makes me wonder why if an 8 year old boy understands PCOS, why can’t more health care professionals and the community. Below is what he wrote:

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What Women With PCOS Should Know About Egg Freezing

“Why at twenty-eight years of age are you freezing your eggs?” I received this question a lot from family and friends. But, I didn’t let their lack of education on fertility preservation and unawareness of my diagnosis of PCOS change the decision I made for my future self. And I am forever grateful for the decision I made to freeze my eggs.

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Mindfulness: An Essential Component to PCOS Management

Let’s face it: People are more stressed than ever before and it’s not getting much better. We work hard, often times juggling more than we can handle. We care for other people. On a daily basis we are flooded with different forms of information. Smartphones, tablets, TV, radio, computers, even watches consume much of our time and attention. Attention that is not given to ourselves and our bodies. Which is why we all could use a little (or a lot) more mindfulness.

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The PCOS Workbook: Clinically Proven to Reduce Anxiety, Depression, and Problematic Eating in Women with PCOS

The PCOS Workbook: Your Guide to Complete Physical and Emotional Health, the best-selling self-help workbook for women suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, is now backed by clinical research as an effective way to treat anxiety, depression, and problematic eating.

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